AMD and NVIDIA are reported to release their more affordable graphics cards this generation with news coming for both companies on what their cards are on the slate. For NVIDIA, it will be the RTX 4060 and for AMD it will be the RX 7600.
Radeon RX 7600: 6700XT Performance for Less Power
Media invites for COMPUTEX 2023 are pointing towards a launch of a new product from AMD partners. With no motherboards in sight, it can be inferred this could be a new GPU. With the date set for the end of May, it lines up with earlier reports that AMD is planning to launch their midrange RDNA3 graphics card, the Radeon RX 7600.
Yes, AMD does seem to be intent on skipping the Radeon RX 7800 and RX 7700 for now. Whatever their reason, from a market standpoint it will fare well for them if they can offer a better product versus whatever NVIDIA is planning to launch.
The AMD Radeon RX 7600 is expected to be a 175W GPU but will perform well above the Radeon RX 6650XT, perhaps closer to the Radeon RDX 6750XT. The Radeon RX 7600 is expected to have a 2.6Ghz GPU boost clock or above and will be comlimented with 8GB of memory. Power could be provided by a single 8-pin PCIe power connector on stock.
Pricing is currently unknown for this card.
GeForce RTX 4060 Ti: Potential $450 for their next Mainstream Champion
Going for their fifth model in the RTX 40-sseries of cards, NVIDIA may be looking to release their RTX 4060 Ti during later May as well. This coincides with Jensen Huang’s presence in COMPUTEX 2023 as well as he will hold one of the keynote of the opening ceremony.
Reportedly slated for $450, the RTX 4060 TI would be a $150 price drop from the RTX 4070 but will feature a design that will match the RTX 3070’s performance but will offer DLSS3 and better power consumption with the RTX 3070, which matched the RTX 2080 Ti, both rated for 220W of power draw.